Facemask + Chill: The Playlist

If you didn’t already need enough reason to get into your dressing gown, light some candles, and wind down with a face mask (or several – we’re big fans of multi-masking)… Sunday night is the perfect excuse to do all of the above.  

To get you 100% in the mood, we have the best playlist to accompany your downtime. Plug in, mask up, and zone out. 

Need a new mask?

Tula Exfoliating Treatment Mask

Due to its creamy texture, this exfoliating mask feels refreshing and soothing even while it uses lactic acid to dissolve dead skin cells. It leaves skin looking unbelivably bright. 

Yes To Triple Masking Kit Calm, Detox, Glow

These individually packaged sachets of single-use masks can be used in succession, or to multi-mask simultaneously and target different areas of concern. 

Alya Skin Australian Pink Clay Mask

This cleansing clay-based mask gives skin a much-needed detox. Formulated with aloe vera and witch hazel, it draws out impurities and targets breakouts and redness. 

Nugg Tea Tree Peel Off Face Mask

This DIY mask adds an element of fun to your chillout time – you mix water with the contents of the sachet to create a thick paste which dries into an easy-to-remove peel-off mask. 

Zeroskin Brightening Blue Mask

Formulated with salicylic acid to remove blackheads, this bright blue mask has a deeply satisfying peel-off formula that literally lifts the gunk from your pores. You’re going to want to Instagram this one. 

Starskin Camellia Brightening Mask

Not just your average sheet mask – this is a two-step process which includes a capsule of oil that you massage into your face before applying the mask. An indulgent treat for dry skin.